Republicans and Democrats can't even agree on what they believe is the nation's biggest issue.
Federal officials on Wednesday called for owners of recently recalled Ford vehicles to get them "fixed as soon as possible."
The company spent $5.5 million lobbying Congress in the first quarter, and its interests are as varied as one might expect.
Sections of the U.S. financial system that may be vulnerable to investor panic are raising concerns inside the Federal Reserve.
The TSA collected $76,000 in loose change left at security checkpoints in New York City area's three major airports last year.
H-1B is a non-immigrant visa in the United States that allows U.S. employers to temporarily employ foreign workers in specialty occupations. Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy and Bruce Morrison, Morrison Public Affairs, discuss whether the government should increase the quota on H-1B visas as demand outstrips supply.
Tech competitors have converged on New Mexico to help the developing world——and maybe drought-stricken California.
A lease has been signed in Brooklyn Heights for office space expected to be the headquarters of Clinton's 2016 White House bid, MSNBC reports.
The Internal Revenue Service is ignoring more than 60 percent of calls from taxpayers as the April 15 filing deadline looms.
The counterfeit money was concealed in place mats and a shoe bag from Ecuador, U.S. Customs says.
The FCC needs to take action to keep the big guys from taking advantage of auction policies to protect the little guys, says David Williams.
The U.S. Treasury has stopped issuing state and local government bonds ahead of the looming breach of the debt limit.
The DOE proposed to buy up to five million barrels of oil for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, a federal web site showed.
The CIA plans a sweeping organizational overhaul, sharpening its focus on cyber operations and incorporating digital innovations, its director said.
"I want the public to see my email. I asked State to release them..." Clinton tweeted. NBCNews reports.
Iraeli Prime Minister Netanyahu will address Congress featuring divisions not only over his likely message, but on the nature of his trip to the nation's capital. NBCNews reports.
More than $37 million in monthly housing subsidies for needy people ended up in the wrong hands last year. The Fiscal Times reports.
House Speaker John Boehner is raising the possibility that the Department of Homeland Security may shut down because of a budget impasse.
ISIS released a video on Sunday that seems to show the militant group beheading 21 Egyptian Christians kidnapped in Libya.
The Us Postal Service has taken the first step toward replacing its long-time mail truck, The Wall Street Journal reports.